Would you know how to fill your day if you didn't have the Internet? Well, there was a time when most of us relied on creativity to occupy our day without the help of the World Wide Web.
An article penned by Emma Rathbone gently reminded readers of what it was like to create dance moves in the spur of the moment, whip out a notebook to create a piece of artwork, and to flip through a booklet to identify a precious stone.
I believe the short essay, which can be found in the pages of The New Yorker, actually sounds Better Said Than Written.
Take a listen to Before the Internet.
So here's a question for you. How would you occupy your day if the Internet wasn't an option?
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